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Posted on August 26, 2013 13 Comments
Couldn’t agree more, I’ve heard a few times that depression is defined by the loss of hope. Very powerful picture. -Michael Dooley leadershipdevelopmentblog.com
Yeah, sometimes its eazier said than done.
Reblogged this on A Glimpse of God and commented:
I wanted to share this post from Mustard Seed Budget’s blog. Hope is such an important thing to keep and not let go of. No matter what you’re going through keep having hope. Hope that things will get better and hope for tomorrow and a bright future. Things have a way of working out. You need to hold on to hope. And the hope of all of Gods promises to us His children.
I have to completely agree with this. Those are the times when I feel worst- when I don’t think it can get any better, only worse. Hope is something that is always there. Always within reach, no matter what. You don’t even have to ask for it, just lay out your hand and it arrives. I guess in a way that is asking, but I don’t see it like that. I see it as the world is giving you what it can based on what you have given it. Because you are actually an amazing person, but it’s hard to see.
It’s not hard to see what an amazing person you are! Thanks for stopping by! I’m a bit behind on checking out your blog. I have been planning for classes. School for us starts Wednesday! Toodooloo!
What kind of classes? Same here! Not extremely excited since a lot of people I hang out with are gone, but there are a couple left!
I teach 12 grade English and AP English, Spanish, internet marketing, Old Testament, and journalism. It is a small Christian school of 50 students, so we have to cover all our bases just a few of us. I even do a lot of the cleanup. You know, it’s a bit more fun to actually write you instead of just writing to your blog and never getting feedback! 😀
I’m trying.. And I do have to agree with that! I wanted to take a couple of other english courses (ie: Storybook Heroes and Irish literature) but they wouldn’t fit. Instead I’m sticking with my original choice of English 101/103 (a course offered through a local college we can recieve credit from).
You are a friend. Thanks for your friendship!
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